WATCH: Has baby fever hit the Biebers?

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"I'm really pumped about it."
"I'm really pumped about it."

By the looks and sound of things, it won't be long before Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Bieber share baby news. 

The Yummy singer and his wife tied the knot twice over two years, once in a secret courthouse wedding in 2018, and again in a traditional ceremony in 2019. 

Sharing via an interview in his YouTube Premium documentary series, Justin Bieber: Seasons, Justin said that he's "always wanted a family."

"Since I was young, I always wanted to be married; I always wanted a family... I didn't know that would happen, so I'm really pumped about it." 

Bieber also added that marriage and babies have always been high on his list of priorites. 

In the same interview, Hailey said: "I knew that he was going to be somebody I loved for the rest of my life." 

The couple has been crowned PDA king and queen for some time now, and are sure to break the internet if ever a little Bieber is conceived. 

Watch the video above for more. 

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